Yoseph Imry

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Yoseph Imry (Hebrew יוסף אמרי) is an Israeli physicist.

He is best known for taking part in the foundation of mesoscopic physics This is a relatively new branch of condensed matter physics. It is concerned with how the behavior of systems whose size is in between micro- and macroscopic, crosses over between these two regimes. These systems can be handled and addressed by more or less usual macroscopic methods, but their behavior may still show quantum effects.

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In 1996, Imry received the Rothschild Prize in physics.[1]

In 2001, Imry was awarded the Israel Prize in physics.[2][3]

In 2016, Imry was awarded the Wolf Prize in physics.[4]

He is a member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts (Salzburg), the European Academy of Sciences, Sciences and Humanities (Paris) and the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities.

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